The Austin and Hope Pilkington Trust

The Austin and Hope Pilkington Trust
Funding Category: 
General
Grant amount: 
£500 - £4999
Location: 
National
Deadline: 
Thursday, 30 September, 2021

We are aware that the Covid19 crisis is having an extreme and significant affect on the whole charitable sector.

  • As well as focussing on the specific priority of this grant round, projects must address needs that have resulted from the ongoing Covid 19 crisis.
  • In addition, we will be prioritising charities that work within BAME communities.

Please make sure you have read all the guidelines about who can apply for this round of grants BEFORE filling in the form.

We focus on different priorities every year.

Our priorities will become more focussed from 2021 onwards.

However, because of the devastating effect Covid 19 is having on many communities and the challenges that so many charities are facing, we are currently reviewing our policies to ensure that we target our grants in the most effective way possible.

We are also reviewing our policies in light of Black Lives Matter.

We are still committed to funding projects supporting the Homeless and Refugees and Asylum Seekers in 2021, but expect to support additional priorities.

 

Grant Rounds 1 and 2

Homelessness

We welcome applications for projects that support people who are homeless.

We will prioritise applications that help BAME communities.

 

Grant Rounds 3 and 4

Refugees and Asylum Seekers

We welcome applications for projects that support refugees and asylum seekers.

Who for: 

We only give grants to UK registered charities or organisations that are exempt from registration.

 

We do not give grants for any other type of not-for-profit organisation, social enterprise or community founWe will not award grants to any project or charity that is covered by this list.

Capital appeals, including equipment

Charities involved with religion(including repair of Church fabric)

Charities involved with animals (welfare and conservation)

Holidays, including respite holidays

Individual hospices (national organisations can apply)

Individuals, including individuals embarking on a trip overseas with a charitable organisation

Minibuses or other Vehicles

Overseas projects

Schools, including activities

Scouts, Guides, Cubs, Brownies

Sea Cadets

Shopmobility

Students

Village Halls

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